New York Love: SNOEMAN @ N.53 Gallery, East Hampton, NY

New York Love: SNOEMAN @ N.53 Gallery, East Hampton, NY
New York Love is an exhibition of new paintings inspired by my love for New York City. The work highlights the small details of everyday life that I treasure and find beautiful. I’ve always been inspired by bodegas and other storefronts and have admired the overload of signage, imagery, and bright lights. It’s all eye-catching. Bodegas are little microcosms and there are often several on every block. They are an essential part of every neighborhood in the city.  

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